Resources for Your Pet Care.
Dog Lady Family Dog Traning
Taking a group class can be just the thing you and your dog need. You will learn how to train your dog using all Reward Based methods while having fun and building a great relationship. This is more than just Obedience, it is also learning important communication skills, how your dog actually learns and shapes behavior by how you interact.
Cheri has been teaching group classes since 2009, and enjoys seeing the transformation taking place with each dog and their handler. She has designed each class so your skills and confidence improve and build each week. She gives plenty of time to each dog/handler team so success can be achieved.
Elmbrook Humane Society
The mission of the Elmbrook Humane Society is to promote the human-animal bond through adoption and education, to provide shelter to homeless animals, and to prevent animal cruelty and neglect.
Elmbrook Humane Society is a no-kill organization. According to Maddie’s Fund it means that we save all healthy and treatable animals.
Dog Scents Training
The training is lead by the ONLY CERTIFIED K9 Nose Work instructor in Waukesha County! K9 Nose Work is a new dog sport modeled after professional scent detection dogs. This sport builds on the dogs natural ability to hunt and detect scent, and determine its location. Through training, the dogs will learn to find 3 specific scents hidden in the environment. K9 Nose Work is a good way for dogs recovering from medical issues and dogs in their Golden years, still wanting to participate in a low impact highly enjoyable activity. Active dogs and retired sports competitors can also enjoy the mentally stimulating aspect of scent work. This sport will keep our dogs active through the cold winters and can be done in your home. K9 Nose Work can be played at home for those not wishing to compete and it can be taken to a high level of expertise for those who welcome competition.
Member of VIN – Veterinary Information Network
Find reliable, up-to-date animal health information from the veterinarians and experts of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN), at their free Veterinary Partner web site.